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Courts should hold the line on sealing cases, panel says (access required)

Civil cases in the federal courts should be locked away from public view only for “extraordinary circumstances” unless required by statute, the courts’ policy-making board has decided. “As public courts we ought to be very careful about sealing anything,” said Abingdon U.S. District Judge James P. Jones of Abingdon, one of the 26 members of the ...

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